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    Agnes Higgins, Nina Kilkku, Gisli Kort Kristofersson, editors.
    Summary: This textbook explores issues central to the provision of recovery-orientated care based on ethical principles and human rights perspectives. Written by academics and nurse practitioners, this comprehensive text draws together theory, research and practice to map the landscape of Advanced Practice in Mental Health Nursing (APMHN) in Europe. Underpinned by a rights- and relational- based approach to care, the textbook is organized around six themes: theoretical and historical perspectives; foundations for collaborative working; therapeutic engagement in different contexts; beyond the clinical dimension of the APMHN role; advancing the evidence-based practice agenda and emerging issues and challenges. Each theme consists of a number of chapters that are designed to address different aspects of APMHN. With a focus on illuminating the collaborating aspect of their role and advancing nurses competencies, debates and guidance are provided in areas such as therapeutic alliance, assessment, care-planning, mental health promotion, family work, trauma, diversity and culture, spirituality, risk and uncertainty, and prescribing. In addition to addressing the leadership, education and advocacy role, specific chapters explore the APMHN role in linking evidence to practice, in the participatory generation of evidence and maintaining professional competence. With a focus on future challenges and opportunities the textbook concludes with discussion on issues, such as eMental Health and future challenges and possibilities facing APMHNs, including challenges in informing policy, democratizing services, working across service and disciplinary boundaries, collaboratively shaping the evidence agenda, as well sustaining their role into the future. Within the book theoretical debate is grounded in case studies and/or examples from across Europe. This textbook is especially relevant to Mental Health Nurses undertaking studies at the Advanced Practice level. It is also suited to all Mental Health Nurses studying at post-graduate level who wish to advance their practice irrespective of the country. Educators, researchers and policy-makers involved in the area of Mental Health and Advanced Nursing Practice along with people with lived experiences will find the text of relevance.

    Part I. Theoretical and historical perspectives
    Chapter 1. Landscape of Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing in Europe
    Chapter 2.Role and competencies of Advanced Practice Mental Health Nurses
    Chapter 3. Perspectives and Frameworks underpinning the practice of Advanced Mental Health Nursing
    Part II. Foundations for collaborative working
    Chapter 4. Therapeutic alliance
    Chapter 5.Advanced mental health nursing assesment
    Chapter 6.Integrative care planning
    Part III. Therapeutic engagement in different contexts
    Chapter 7. Collaboration with families, networks and communities
    Chapter 8.Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing and Mental Health Promotion
    Chapter 9. Trauma and Trauma Informed Care
    Chapter 10.Mental health care in the era of growing global risk and uncertainty a recovery and person-centred approach
    Chapter 11. Interface between physical and mental health
    Chapter 12.Spirituality: Resilience in the emotional desert
    Chapter 13.Diversity and culturally responsive mental health practice
    Chapter 14.Collaborative prescribing and advanced mental health nursing practice
    Part IV. Beyond the clinical dimension of the Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing
    Chapter 15.Educational aspects in Advanced Mental Health Nursing Practice
    Chapter 16. Advocacy and the Advanced Nurse Practitioner
    Chapter 17.Advanced Practice Mental Health Nurses as leaders
    Part V. Advancing the Evidence Based Practice Agenda
    Chapter 18.Knowledge translation and linking evidence to practice
    Chapter 19.Enhancing the quality of care through participatory generation of evidence
    Chapter 20. Maintaining professional competence
    Part VI. Emerging issues and challenges
    Chapter 21. eMental Health and health informatics
    Chapter 22. Into the future: challenges and opportunities for the APMHN role.
    Digital Access Springer 2022